A family was home at the time but no one was injured.
A Mashpee man pleaded not guilty Wednesday, June 19 in Barnstable District Court to threatening to blow up the Registry of Motor Vehicles office in South Yarmouth last month.
An opinion piece about football and concussions sparks debate and Sandwich homeowners struggle with living by the sea.
The proposed amendment would allow municipalities to use community preservation act funding for documents that the towns believe are historically significant.
Selectmen are considering a license plate reader to better manage what goes in and out of the transfer facility.
Mashpee police arrested a man on drug distribution charges following a traffic stop last Friday.
Peggy M. Geary, director of the Kids Klub in Mashpee, will retire on July 5 after more than 40 years running the preschool and childcare center.
Santuit, like many ponds across the Cape, has been inundated with cyanobacteria.
Just before noon on Tuesday, June 18, faculty and staff returned the waves of students saying goodbye to the Kenneth C. Coombs School for the summer from aboard a fleet of …
Both on short leashes as the town has had issues with outdoor music in the past.
No one was injured when a six-wheel dump truck drove off the causeway near protected marshland on Monomoscoy Island Road on Friday afternoon, June 14.
Eulogies were given by selectman Carol A. Sherman, assistant town manager Wayne E. Taylor, and town manager Rodney C. Collins. Deacon Frank Fantasia led a prayer.
The petition to recall Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Council treasurer Gordon Harris received 120 signatures, certified by the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribal Election Committee this w…
Town Clerk Deborah Dami said the election will take place in October.
Lawrence Bland allegedly held up the ice cream shop at knife point.
This was a sad week for those involved in government service in the Town of Mashpee. Not only did 20-year selectman John J. Cahalane die, but another longtime advocate and …
John Cahalane will be vice chairman and John Cotton will be the clerk.
John Cahalane served 20 years, 7 terms as selectman, and was active in housing and human service initiatives.
In 1831, a one-room schoolhouse was built in what is now the Town of Mashpee.
A service will be held on Friday, June 14 at 10 AM at Chapman, Cole and Gleason in Mashpee, followed by burial at Great Woods Cemetery on Great Neck Road South.
Wearing their blue caps and gowns, the 103 members of the Mashpee High School Class of 2019 gathered inside the school's auditorium on Saturday, June 8 for this year's grad…
Following a crash May 30 near Mashpee Commons, Mashpee police arrested a local man on a heroin distribution charge.
Co-owner of the Lake Avenue brewery, Peter Murner, asked that the Mashpee selectmen consider the idea on Monday, a year after the same board denied such a request.
The selectman has served on the board for 20 years.
A memorial bearing the names of more than 230 Mashpee veterans from all wars dating back to the American Revolution is slated to be built in the Mashpee Community Park.
The Cape Cod Canal will host the 14th annual Boating and Water Safety Day on Saturday, June 29, (rain or shine), from 10 AM to 2 PM at the Cape Cod Canal Visitor Center.
Dr. Maryanne C. Bombaugh was elected president of the Massachusetts Medical Society. Dr. Bombaugh, a Falmouth resident and a veteran of the United States military, will ser…
Three high school seniors and a Cape Cod community college graduate were recently awarded scholarships from the Waquoit Congregational Church and the Holloway Family Trust.
Cape Cod BMX will host an open house at its race track on Sunday, June 23 from 1 to 3 PM.
With several affordable homes available on Cape Cod, Cape Community Real Estate Director Gael Kelleher said now is a great time for residents to explore the possibilities o…
On a Saturday morning once a summer, anglers can spy boats of dozens of women off the shore of Osterville, calling to each other, having fun and ruminating on their chances…
The Cape & Islands Veterans Outreach Center in Hyannis is proud to introduce its newest Honorary Board Members, James Burke, James Seymour and Wayne Soares.
Like to garden, but lack the space or conditions to do so? Good news—the Mashpee Community Garden is up and running again for Mashpee gardeners.
The Paid Family and Medical leave law goes into effect on July 1 and people need to be prepared. The law impacts businesses of all sizes and even companies with fewer than …
Community Health Center of Cape Cod is currently hosting a Bid for Good Health Online Auction, running through Friday, June 21, at noon.
Cape Cod Art Center is registering for its summer youth art program. Karen Shortsleeve will be teaching studio art classes for ages 5 and up to build self-confidence, culti…
Cape Cod Academy (CCA), an independent, co-educational, college preparatory school serving students from kindergarten to grade 12 on Cape Cod, has announced its new persona…
Since May 13, Candace A. Powers has been the Enterprise’s social media strategist, the face and personality behind the Enterprise’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.
The Fourth Annual Cape Cod PRIDE Festival will be held tomorrow , from noon to 5 PM at the Hyannis Village Green. All are welcome and admission is free. A PRIDE Dance Party…
Falmouth Pondwatchers are looking for additional volunteers this summer to help monitor the health of our coastal salt ponds.
The Mashpee Men’s Club is pleased to welcome William Martin, a renowned New York Times best-selling author, at the club’s meeting June 4.
Cape Harmony, a professional a cappella group, will entertain the Women’s Club of New Seabury when gathers for a luncheon on Wednesday, June 12, at the Popponesset Inn, Sho…
The annual Memorial Day Ceremony Service will be held at the Massachusetts National Cemetery on Sunday, May 26, at 1 PM. The ceremony will begin with a Parade of Colors led…
In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 1944, the Cape Cod Military Museum invites the public to view its monthlong exhibit at the Bourne Historic Center…
The Cape Cod Foundation and The Joshua A. Nickerson Society have formed a partnership to continue to honor individuals who have made a positive impact in the Cape Cod community.
There are 27,000 veterans living on Cape Cod and although they are far from the battlefields now, many are still fighting serious issues upon their return home, such as fin…
The Mashpee Chamber of Commerce will host the 2019 Annual Dinner and Meeting on Thursday, May 23rd at the Club at New Seabury.
The Most Reverend Edgar M. da Cunha presented the Pope Saint Pius X Youth Award to 56 young people from parishes throughout the Fall River Diocese in the context of a praye…
Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking (WE CAN) will offer its PathMakers program in both Falmouth and Harwich.
Registration is open for Cape Cod Academy’s Summer Camp. The camp is held on the school’s 46-acre campus in Osterville.
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- Mashpee Cell Hearings Likely To Restart
- Zachary's Owner Surrenders Entertainment License
- Mashpee FinCom Loses Two Members
- Man Charged With Statutory Rape In Sandwich
- Dead Blue Heron Mystery Resurfaces At Mashpee River
- Tribal Council Chairman Recall Moving Forward
- Health Board Adopts Marijuana Regulations
- Quashnet River Restoration Project Flowing
- Santuit Inn Escapes Blaze
- Mashpee Selectmen Agree To Two More Marijuana Companies
- Trafficking Heroin On Mashpee's Main Street
- A First For Local Police: A Robot
- Running For Those Who Can't
- National Trust Taps National Company To Develop Housing Complex
- Mashpee Lands Recycling Grant, Ending Single Stream Recycling
- Carol Sherman Wins Reelection Bid For Mashpee Selectman
- Mashpee Man Charged In Heroin Conspiracy
- Mashpee School Committee Election: Elana Doyle
- Mashpee School Committee Election: Catherine West Lewis
- Mashpee School Committee Election: Don Myers
- Mr. Keating, Other Legislators, Seek $1 Billion To Fund Evacuation Routes
- Voters Head To The Polls Tuesday
- Air Conditioner Fire Extinguished In Mashpee Store